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A man waves a South African flag as he looks out towards the grave of Nelson Mandela in Qunu, a small village in the Eastern Cape Province where the former President grew up. A traditional Xhosa burial was held there on Sunday. Sir Richard Branson, who was present, said that Archbishop Desmond Tutu had said that Mr Mandela "doesn't need a stone - he is in all of our ...

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Sun 1 May 16 @ 8:16
One of our greatest Shakespearean actors, Judi Dench, talks to Sarah Meyrick in the midst of the 400th-anniversary https://t.co/mv9WjaGY8H

Sat 30 Apr 16 @ 19:00
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